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August 24, 2009

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Christina Armstrong

This would make a great make up bag--for me, I'd have to line it with pot-holder material so that my eye/brow liners wouldn't melt in my car!

PrettyModern

Hi Tammy
I'm so glad you enjoy this tutorial! Thanks for taking the time to comment.
xoxo

Tammy

I have used your tutorial several times now, and I have even bookmarked it so I can refer to it. Thanks so much for this tutorial! I love making these bags.

PrettyModern

Thank you Julie! I will check out your website for sure!
xoxo

Julie Snow

This was a wonderful tutorial - best I've seen! I teach sewing lessons and may refer my students to your instructions!

Feel free to follow me at LoveItSewMuch.blogspot.com

C

I'd like to make one of these for pacifiers. What dimensions of fabric would I need for a 2 1/2" x 2 1/2" pouch?

M

Thanks! You made this really easy; the photos were especially helpful!
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Lorraine

Thank you for the great tutorial!! One question - I have just made my first bag - in steps 13 and 14, are you sewing a 1/4 or 1/2 inch seem? In the picture it looks like you are not sewing right up to the 'do not cross line', so I assumed it was a 1/4 inch seam...but on the inside of my bag now there is a little gap. Thanks so much! I still LOVE my little bag and plan to make more! :)

Sadie Beckman

Made this yesterday, thank you so much for the tutorial, it was perfect.

Lori

This is the best tutorial that I have seen. Thanks for putting it together. Can't wait to start making one.

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